The University of Waterloo has announced it will host a geothermal workshop on July 27 and 28, 2023. The workshop will focus on the developments and activities in all geothermal technologies being used or considered in Canada, focusing on their implementation in remote, isolated, and indigenous communities.
The free event will be hybrid, with both online and in-person options for attendance.
Sign up for the event here.
The International Geothermal Association has announced their newly-elected Board members. The new Board will serve from 2023 to 2026.
The new Board members, in alphabetical order, are:
CanGEA congratulates them and looks forward to their work for the betterment of the industry.
You can read more about the new Board on the IGA website.
Alberta's New Democratic Party (NDP) has included geothermal as part of its campaign platform for the provincial elections on May 29th, 2023. Party leader Rachel Notley is quoted as saying, "Geothermal offers a range of clean technology solutions for today's industrial processes. It's also a potential source of electricity. Geothermal energy is a 'right-now' jobs prospect for those in the skilled trades, information technology and geospatial mapping."
CanGEA is also mentioned on the AB NDP website, including our Alberta Geothermal Policy and Regulatory Frameworks, which we created for AB Bill 36.
You can read the NDP's page on geothermal on the AB NDP website.